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An experimental study of haemolytic disease of the newborn due to isoimmunization of pregnancy. II. Report of an attempt to produce anti-red cell isoantibodies in guinea-pigs, together with a note on the blood picture of one-day-old guinea-pigs

  • L. S. Mynors (a1), D. H. Heard (a1) and R. R. A. Coombs (a1)

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1. Repeated inoculation of thirty-six guinea-pig does with random blood of guinea-pig bucks failed to produce any demonstrable anti-red cell isoantibodies.

2. A note is included on the blood picture of a small series of newborn guinea-pigs aged between 12 and 24 hr.

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An experimental study of haemolytic disease of the newborn due to isoimmunization of pregnancy. II. Report of an attempt to produce anti-red cell isoantibodies in guinea-pigs, together with a note on the blood picture of one-day-old guinea-pigs

  • L. S. Mynors (a1), D. H. Heard (a1) and R. R. A. Coombs (a1)

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